Review: Cyborg #2
Submitted by: Theresa Stier, Comic News Writer
5 October 2016
“The Imitation of Life: Part Two: Trial and Error,” by John Semper Jr. and artist Paul Pelletier, is a very action heavy issue. Cyborg is fighting Killg%re and it's definitely not an easy fight, especially when Sarah and Vic's father get involved. My favorite line in this comic is said by Sarah, “Yes, but your first name is never,” after telling him to be careful. It's brings a little humor right after Sarah comes close to dying, by being tossed off of a building. I have a feeling that this won't be the last time that Killg%re uses Sarah and almost tries to kill her.
The ending of this comic is my favorite, since it leaves you with a cliffhanger and a bit of a plot twist. Vic doesn't know that the man that he is currently taking away to safety is not his father and his father has been kidnapped. I'm curious to see when Vic is going to find out that the man claiming to be his father isn't real and when he's going to find his real father. I'm sure that once he figures out the first, the latter will come shortly after.
The Verdict: This is an action packed issue and definitely one that a Cyborg fan should read. I'm looking forward to seeing how and when Vic discovers that his father isn't his father and when he finds where his real father is. I'm also curious to see more of Sarah, since she did say one of my favorite lines from this comic.